but it is incumbent on the media to laser-like understand that joblessness, not deficit and debt, is the major crisis of our time. that inequality is and the corporate power, which you well know, ed, remains a force, even while the great social movements of our time, from seneca falls, the women's rights movement, to selma, the civil rights movement, to stonewall, the great inclusion of gay rights, the gay rights movement. those are critical. but we also have a political system that is too controlled by corporate power, and that is the fight of the 21st century. >> all right. katrina vanden heuvel. great to have you with us on the program tonight. >> thank you. >> thank you so much. remember, to answer tonight's question. share your thoughts with us on twitter at edshow and on facebook. we want to know what you think. coming up, the aggressive agenda american support, it isn't going to amount to anything if we can't get a meaningful filibuster reform to take place in the senate. the latest developments with senator jeff merkley, who joins me next. stay with us. hey, buddy? oh, hey, flo.